With more than two thousand years of history Verona is the second largest city in Veneto thanks to its thriving economy and its cultural and natural attractions. It is indeed a special and charming place to live in and to buy a property! If you decide to live in Verona you will be fascinated…

Part One: Tuscany Capalbio (Grosseto) Capalbio is a small village which is known as The Little Athens. It is located on the coast in the province of Grosseto, Tuscany. Capalbio is the southernmost village in Tuscany, and it is completely surrounded by nature. The great walls protect the compact centre of this small village, as…

The majority of the most beautiful Italian seaside resorts are located in Southern Italy and in the two main islands: Sicily and Sardinia. If your plan on buying a house in Italy and you would like it to be close to the sea then Southern Italy should definitely be your focus area. Let’s have a…

Along Italy’s 7,456 kilometers long coastline there are various amazing seaside resorts; a ranking of the most beautiful places is definitely not easy as they are extremely different: some have large stretches of white sand, others pebble beaches with crystal clear shallow water and others are isolated bays nestled among the rocks. Some seaside resorts…

Picture this: you’re exploring northern Italy and travelling east and you find yourself driving through the beautiful, open, green, countryside. Suddenly, the skyline is broken by gentle slopes that gradually turn into steep hillsides. The road starts to get windier, the air is pure and fresh as you take in the peaceful surroundings. You then…

We all know how stressful buying a property can be, especially when you decide to do so in a foreign country. This article will provide you with an overview of the rules you need to follow in order to buy a property in one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. It is not easy…

Have you ever dreamt of having a house in Italy? In Tuscany for example, which offers the best combination of history, art and beautiful countryside landscapes. Or in Venice, where you can plunge into the typical Venetian streets and admire the city’s majestic architecture. What about Lake Garda, Lake Iseo or Lake Maggiore, where you…

Ferrara might not be the first city that comes to mind when you think about buying a house in Italy, but you should give it a thought. Ferrara is a pretty city in Emilia-Romagna, in northern Italy. Ferrara lies between Bologna and Venice, it is often overlooked, yet it is one of the most beautiful…

The Italian Codice Fiscale, commonly known in English as “Tax Code” or “Fiscal Code” is an Italian identification number, which is similar to the U.S. Social Security Number. WHAT DOES THE CODICE FISCALE LOOK LIKE? The decree of December 23, 1976 of the Italian Ministry of Finance contains the norms that regulate the method for…

Italy has enjoyed a passionate following from overseas visitors for centuries, from those visiting to non-residents thinking of retiring in the country. Italy is appreciated for the huge variety of landscapes that it offers: wonderful beaches, high mountains, ancient cities, not to talk about the culture of food and wine known throughout. That’s why a…